Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro restomod has the stance of a champion, and the fuel-injected heart to back it all up. Plus, if there's anyone who's pulling away from you on the blacktop, you even have nitrous to take the lead! And because you're the new street king in this Camaro, your throne is in a loaded A/C interior.
The paint sets off an attitude that tells the world this Camaro is a classic that plays by its own rules. The modern Electron Blue is something more vivid than the factory ever offered, and since there's less than 1,500 miles on this build, its modern clearcoat luster really loves to radiate in the sunshine. You have the great classic Camaro aggressive pieces, like the power dome cowl hood, deep chin spoiler, full-width rear spoiler, SS grille, and white Z/28 racing stripes painted on top. Plus, this one has its style factor turned a notch with pieces like the C5 Corvette exterior mirrors, '69 Camaro side marker lights, modern LED tail lights, and Xenon HID headlights that give this predator glowing eyes. Mirror-like chrome bumpers, fresh weather stripping, and new glass add an overall feeling of a thoroughly built car. And while those polished 17-inch Budnik wheels add shine, what people will really be noticing is the extra-aggressive stance provided by the extra-meaty rear rubber.
A black interior always looks good on a powerful machine, and there's plenty of investments here to make this a comfortable coupe that's still an all-out speed machine. It starts with Corbeau bucket seats with the right bolstering to keep you planted. You also get Simpson racing harnesses, a roll bar, and fire extinguisher. This certainly sounds like a racer, but the freshness of the carpeting, door panels, and headliner all feel like a quality restored classic. Plus, there are plenty of modern comfort features such as keyless entry, power windows, power locks, a custom center console, and cold blowing R-134a air conditioning. There's even an upgraded Sony AM/FM/CD audio system featuring Infinity speakers. But what you'll really love the best are the driver upgrades. You have a B&M shifter in the center console, a Lecarra steering wheel on Ididit tilt column, and a full set of Autometer Pro-Comp gauges with large speedo and tach.
The engine bay instantly announces this one has a big power heart. The slick black inner walls really put the tidy powerhouse on display. It's a fully-built setup that starts with a 406 cubic-inch V8 that gives you small block weight with a big block's displacement. It's built with ported Vortec iron heads, Comp Cams Thumper camshaft, roller rockers, Cloyes timing chain set, Edelbrock water pump, and a wicked set of Hooker ceramic coated headers. The Holley Commander 950 multi-port fuel injection is terrific for power and consistency, and this even comes with a laptop to tune it for your ideal performance. Plus, the nitrous kit is ready to make sure you really can take them all down on the streets. It has the right supporting components you want, too, including the BeCool aluminum radiator w/dual Spal electric fans, March serpentine belt setup, steel braided lines w/AN fittings, and an Optima red top battery mounted in the rear for better weight distribution. The transmission is a 200-4R four-speed automatic unit built to take the power with Alto clutches, Kolene plates, a GNX valve body, and 2500 stall converter. This feeds a narrowed 12-bolt rear end with 4.10 gears and Auburn limited slip diff for confident and powerful take-offs. And speaking of getting off the line, you have a line lock and the rear end is tubbed for those massive rear tires. As you look underneath this coupe, you'll also spot tubular front control arms, a Hotchkis sway bar, QA1 adjustable coilovers, fiberglass rear leaf springs, and frame connectors. Add in rack & pinion power steering and Baer four wheel power disc brakes, and control of this wild Camaro is firmly in your hands.
The sale comes complete with service manuals and a laptop for programming. This is the classic Camaro that has a slick look, loaded interior, and serious street-eating power behind it. So if you love looking great and going fast, call today!
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